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Coldest Temp this morning in the NE.

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Phil Do's fire., Jan 24, 2013.

  1. Phil Do's fire.

    Phil Do's fire. Minister of Fire

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    75 miles straight north of NY City I have -1 ::F and my Palazzetti is pumping out the heat:ZZZ.If you are in the North East, how cold is it where you are?:oops:

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  2. John C.

    John C. Member

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    My new Avalon kept up. 6*.
  3. MikeinRI

    MikeinRI New Member

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    - 4.3 in West Central RI

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  4. silverfox103

    silverfox103 Feeling the Heat

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    Guys, come on, you call that cold? This AM at 6:30, it was -27 in Littleton NH, supposed to get to 1 degree today. Yesterday's high was -7. It was / is so cold, that they closed down the ski areas. That being said, the two Harman's are doing a great job and actually not working that hard. Jake the dog, couldn't be any closer to the P68.

    Tom C.
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  5. MikeinRI

    MikeinRI New Member

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    Silverfox is th winner.... hands down.
  6. silverfox103

    silverfox103 Feeling the Heat

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    That's right, but I'm not sure that something to be too happy about.

    Tom C.
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    thedude110 Feeling the Heat

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    1 degree here in central CT this morning. XXV is purring along -- hope the car will, too ...
  8. floyd4th

    floyd4th New Member

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    i had -12 this morning in southern VT. my harman p68 is purring and doing a great job of keeping the house at 70 deg
  9. Harvey Schneider

    Harvey Schneider Minister of Fire

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    Currently 1.9 in the Bury's (you know, Southbury, Woodbury, Waterbury, Danbury). Well actually I only know that is true of my back deck in Southbury,
  10. CT Pellet

    CT Pellet Minister of Fire

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    -4 at my house this morning and that was about 5am in the sun==c ! House is 75ish and the two stoves are working like beavers. Not scared of the cold...Goshen, CT- where the men are men and the women are too!
  11. The Maniac

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    minus 5::F feels like minus 20 wind chill
  12. P38X2

    P38X2 Minister of Fire

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    -8 here.
  13. VTrider

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    - 10 this morning at house - N. Vermont, I think that's the coldest at my house this season so far?
  14. ScotL

    ScotL Feeling the Heat

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    Was -21 early this morning but warming up now to a toasty -7.
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    TLHinCanada Feeling the Heat

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    If someone from canada logs in he wont be they are -40 :eek:
    It was 6 F this morning when I got up. But I live in the warm part of the country. A few hundred miles north its probably -20 F.
  16. ColdNH

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    -5 this morning with a windchill of -20 when i woke up, it has warmed up to a balmy 1 degree as of 9pm!
  17. sbatzold

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    Saranac lake had -31 this morning. -6 in CNY this morning.
  18. Mark McKenna

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    The coldest it got for me last night was -38C (-36.4F), my two Regencies were struggling but I'm new at this so I know I'm wasting alot of wood and heat. To many coals, not enough heat.

    On really cold evenings (still awake and can easily add more wood) if I'm trying to really crank the heat what's my best bet? Trying to engage secondaries or just let'er rip and fire in the wood?
  19. Chain

    Chain Feeling the Heat

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    -20 just about 1.5 hours southeast of Saranac Lake here in Lewis County, NY.......Supposed to get up to about 5 degrees today.
  20. jtakeman

    jtakeman Minister of Fire

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    Compared to some I was a warm -5ºF!

    Beast wasn't even breakin a sweat(medium heat setting 3-2) with Cubies and the house was a toasty 72ºF! Horsepower and good fuel rules during the cold snaps!
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    ivanhoe Feeling the Heat

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    it hit -38C(-36F) and my oil furnace had to help out. i know my accentra is undersized for my house but thank harman when they couldn't meet demand so i bought used!
  22. midfielder

    midfielder Feeling the Heat

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    Central NH, 1000' elev. valley, one east of the CT. River. Two thermometers: the one by the window -1,6 the one on the porch post -20. I'll take an average. Pretty cold. The December we moved here, 1988, it was like this for 3 weeks running with no snow on the ground. Furnaces and pipes were going every where...
  23. jtakeman

    jtakeman Minister of Fire

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    No, But someone told me I must have a big hole in my roof! :p

    The beast is just cruisin baby! ::-)
  24. Cathymaineah

    Cathymaineah New Member

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    Central Maine it's 30 at this moment, but it was -82 last night at the top of Mt. Washington in NH.
  25. Mr. Spock

    Mr. Spock Minister of Fire

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    Wow. Compared to some of you guys it was a sweat shop in my parts. -3 last night. The XXV is loving the cold, burning hot and clean, so I kept the temp up over night. First time it ate a bag in under 14 hours but the inside of the fire box looks like it's covered in snow.

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